resilience, future planning, causes of pandemic and conceptual framework
Resilience is an elusive concept and has many definitions. Most definitions are based upon position regarding achieving normalcy, advancement beyond normalcy, or anticipation of future positions. The definition that was used for this study includes the following elements: (The initial research was conducted by Mallak (1998). Goal Directed, Avoidance, Critical Understanding, Role Dependence, Information Sources, and Resource Access. This represents a transitional position and provides an ability to analyze problems and prescribe solutions for both the individual as well as the organization. It provides a framework for in depth understanding for future action, if such a pandemic happens again. It is essential that the analysis be from the bottom using adaptations as outlined in the resilience model to provide a clear understanding of ways to solve and help with problems.
Manns, Derrick; Lee, Bob; and Groves, David
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